An aluminum can is filled to the brim with a liquid. The can and the liquid are heated so their temperatures change by the same amount. The can’s initial volume at 5 °C is 3.5 × 10-4 m3. The coefficient of volume expansion for aluminum is 69 × 10-6 (C°)-1. When the can and the liquid are heated to 78 °C, 9.5 × 10-6 m3 of liquid spills over. What is the coefficient of volume expansion of the liquid?
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